Sustainable climate policy cannot dodge the question of consumption
Climate policy rooted in aggressively perpetuating consumption cannot guarantee more than a temporary respite from ecological crisis
Simply put: Skolstrejk för Klimatet
'Climate change reversal unlikely; mantra is to adapt'
Down To Earth speaks to Anjal Prakash, associate professor, Regional Water Studies, TERI School of Advanced Studies, on the IPCC Report's …
A new kind of climate leadership
Today’s climate and environmental movements lack a diversity of perspectives and people, and don’t acknowledge or adequately value …
Simply Put: COP 14 Combat desertification
How vulnerable are we: Mapping climate change in India
This set of factsheets maps the potential climate change impacts on various agro-ecological zones in India
How prehistoric people faced climate change revealed by video game technology
Volunteers come together to play; their results help model what reality could have been
'Climate catastrophe' and not 'Climate change'
Even as a major British newspaper changes its terms for climate change, it is imperative that India, suffering the most from it, builds a …
Is climate change to blame for Bihar’s bad litchi harvest?
Unusually high temperatures during the fruiting season in April and May could be the reason, say farmers and scientists
Shark Bay: A World Heritage Site at catastrophic risk
A 2018 workshop classified Shark Bay as being in the highest category of vulnerability to future climate change.
Jamdani: How cotton gets niche and green
How the women of Burdwan and Nadia districts in West Bengal weave magic
COP 24: Limited progress, limited ambition at end of Week One in Katowice
Extremely tough to have a complete and robust, fair and ambitious rulebook within the stipulated time, Parties also need to revise their NDCs by 2020.
New council to ensure sustainable development of Himalayan region
Set up by the NITI Aayog, the council will work on five thematic areas significant for the Himalayas, including tourism, skills, shifting …
IPCC 1.5 Report: Mitigation pathways clear, but countries need to commit
“Far-reaching transitions” in energy, land, infrastructure and industrial systems are needed
How India's temperature has been rising over the years
Chandra Bhushan, deputy director general, Centre for Science and Environment, analyses temperature data from 1901 to 2017 to understand the situation
Is climate change making our food less nutritious?
This video explains why we should be worried about climate change vis-à-vis nutritional security. It could actually make our food …
'Energy poverty hurts women'
Women's participation should be considered while making policy on access to energy and management, says an expert
Intense dust storm catches Rajasthan, UP unawares
Local authorities say that the death toll due to the dust storm is expected to rise
"Weak outcome for climate-induced loss and damage at COP23"
Harjeet Singh, global lead on climate change at Action Aid, explains the outcome of the negotiations on loss and damage caused by climate change …
Week 1 at COP 23: Interview with Camilla Born, Climate Action Network
Camilla Born, Senior Policy Adviser, E3G and member Climate Action Network talks about the state of negotiations after the first week at the CoP …
Carbon Markets after Paris Agreement: Stefano De Clara
International Policy Director of IETA, Stefano De Clara talks about the future of market mechanisms in combating climate change under the Paris …
Rajasthan floods: still waiting for relief
Facebook Live: Are recent floods linked to climate change?
Sunita Narain, Director General Centre for Science and Environment discusses the recent floods event in Mumbai, Chandigarh, Bengaluru and Houston …
Rain-bearing low cloud cover decreased significantly in last 50 years: study
The study also shows a decline in the number of rainy days in monsoon season
Methane mystery: fossil fuels spewing less methane, but gas continues to accumulate
New research finds that methane estimates from the 1980s and 90s underestimated emissions. But measuring methane is getting better